92 N Mehru WPL8 Toward freedojj^ the autobiography of Jawaharlal Nehru ** 92 M J>6-lUtl8 Nehru Toward freedom^ the autobiography of. JAWAHARLAL. NEHRU. The Discovery of India The Autobiography has been The decision of the Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Fund to. Title: JAWAHARLAL NEHRU AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY. Authors: NEHRU, JAWAHARLAL soundofheaven.info, PRELIMINARY, kB, Adobe PDF, View/ Open.
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In one of his last letters he did me the honor to suggest that I write a preface for this first American edition of his autobiography. This. I am glad to do, not only to. Information and Broadcasting, Government of India,. Patiala House, ). Thoughts of. Jawaharlal. Nehru,. (New. Delhi.:Jawaharlal Memorial Fund, Teen. Toward Freedom The Autobiography Of Jawaharlal Nehru (English).pdf - Ebook download as PDF File .pdf) or read book online.
For foreign readers I would probably have written differently, or with a different emphasis, stressing certain aspects which have been slurred over in the narrative and passing over lightly certain other aspects which I have treated at some length. The reader will, I hope, remember that the book was written during a particularly distressful period of my existence. You've reached the end of this preview. His entire life history, from even before his father was born, seems to have led him naturally to where he was. An Autobiography Tenth ed. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article about a biographical or autobiographical book on an Indian politician is a stub.
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University Of Chicago. LACS Nehru - Toward Freedom For foreign readers I would probably have written differently, or with a different emphasis, stressing certain aspects which have been slurred over in the narrative and passing over lightly certain other aspects which I have treated at some length. Many of these latter aspects may not interest the non-Indian reader, and he may consider them unim portant or too obvious for discussion or debate; but I felt that in the India of today they had a certain importance, A number of references to our internal politics and personalities may also be of little interest to the outsider.
The reader will, I hope, remember that the book was written during a particularly distressful period of my existence. It bears obvious traces of this.
If the writing had been done under more normal conditions, it would have been different and perhaps occasionally more restrained. One sees his admiration for humble people, and his aversion to any form of violence very early in the book.
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